Hey everyone... I got a wireless router a little while back (netgear). It worked fine. I don't remember having any speed problems with it. I didn't use it for a few weeks. When I got back, I reconnected it, and now it's slow. Basically, this is the problem: When I connect directly to my cable modem, I get 8088kbps download and 474kpbs upload. When I connect to the wireless router, I get 5064kpbs download and 476kpbs upload. I took the tests one after another (switching between wired and wireless), and these are the best results I got (I also used different bandwidth speed test sites). I know this still isn't bad, but I'd like to know why my wireless router isn't running at full speed. My wireless modem is connecting at 54Mbps (netgear wgr101), 802.11g, and signal strength is 5 out of 5 (excellent). I tried playing with my router settings - using different channels, using WEP instead of WPA, using the "g only" setting (not "b and g"), etc with no luck. Anyone have any ideas about what might cause this? Cliffnotes: - Didn't notice problem with wireless router before - Reused wireless router after a couple weeks, now speed is slow - After successive tests, cable modem speed=8088kbps downlaod/474kbps upload, wireless router speed=5064kbps download/476kbps upload - Played with wireless modem settings, had no luck - Any ideas?